Fikira (Reflections): A Comparative Retrospective of Two Graduate School Experiences: Temple University and Michigan State University (Part II: Graduate Student Perspectives) (Report) - The Western Journal of Black Studies

Fikira (Reflections): A Comparative Retrospective of Two Graduate School Experiences: Temple University and Michigan State University (Part II: Graduate Student Perspectives) (Report)

By The Western Journal of Black Studies

  • Release Date - Published: 2010-06-22
  • Book Genre: Social Science
  • Author: The Western Journal of Black Studies
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My formal experience as a student in Black Studies spans over a twenty-year period this includes over ten years of various academic activities, and a variety of breaks, and interludes. During this time I have acquired two degrees in African American Studies a Bachelor of Arts from Wayne State University (1995) and a Masters or Arts from Temple University. The aforementioned academic pursuits led me to continue my education in African American Studies in Michigan State University's doctoral program. Strongly influenced by the socio-political nature of the sixties, I spent the majority of my adult years involved in a plethora of community activist activities. My involvement in the community as an activist attracted me to the African American Studies Discipline. Karenga (2002) asserts

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